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Kingshuk Nag is an Author and Journalist who served The Times of India for 24 years in senior positions in New Delhi, Bangalore Mumbai Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. A post graduate in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics he is the author of many books including the biographies of Narendra Modi , Atal Behari Vajpayee, Mohan Bhagwat and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. His latest book A New Silk Road: India China and the Geopolitics of a New World Order Will hit the book stands soon. He is also the receipient of the Prem Bhatia memorial prize for coverage of Gujarat events.

Kingshuk Nag
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Panel on - Is Politics Really about serving the Nation ?

On 28th Nov 2.00 pm to 2.40 pm

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How China wants to dominate the world and at the cost of India ?

On 29th Nov 3.00 pm to 3.40 pm

The Republic of China, today, is one of biggest business accomplices of India and the example of this exchange between the two nations is, for example, would be between a royal force and its settlement.

In a definitive investigation this is the explanation that China doesn't give up on Tibet. The Chinese have denied the Tibetans their common liberties yet need to utilize the assets of their territory to build their solidarity and rule over the remainder of Asia including India. Yet, aside from the Indian security and unfamiliar foundation a huge piece of assessment producers are unmindful of the Chinese danger to India which is presently military as well as monetary. There is a lot of rapture in Indian business hovers about developing Indo-China business relationships unaware of the risks of this relationship. Indo Chinese companionship and social orders have additionally grown in numerous urban areas in India. On the off chance that in bygone times just the CPM units were the fanatics of China, the fan following has now stretched out to huge segments of little, medium and huge money managers who don't comprehend the hazards of more prominent commitment with China.